Star Scoop: Win A Skype Date with Lady Gaga, David Beckham Says Bye to L.A. Galaxy, The Kardashians Get Key to Miami

What would you do during date night with Lady Gaga? While renditions of “Cake” and poker faces aplenty may be on your wish list, there could be something a little more techie in store for you. Skype is partnering with Mother Monster for a one-night-only group video call with the mega star as part of her Born This Way Ball era. And all you've got to do to enter the Skypy-stakes is follow two easy steps. [Skype]

It looks like David Beckham will be hanging up his L.A. Galaxy jersey for good. The midfielder announced that he will play his final game with the 2011 MLS Cup champions on December 1. Does this mean he and wife Victoria Beckham will be relocating back across the pond? [E! Online]

Starz will cancel its Kelsey Grammer-led drama, Boss after two seasons, even though Grammer won a Golden Globe earlier this year for his portrayal of a Chicago mayor in the series. Rumor has it that the network will partner with Lionsgate to produce a made-for-TV movie to bid the show a proper farewell. [Washington Post]

Not only have Kim Kardashian and sister Kourtney taken Miami, they've also won the key to the city. Mayor Andre Pierre presented the pair (minus Khloe, who is busy with her X-Factor hosting duties) with the honor yesterday morning in North Miami, citing the sisters as “three of the hardest working people in the business.” [Huffington Post]

There's a switch coming to CSI. D.B. Russell (played by Ted Danson) who heads the Las Vegas team will be heading to CSI: New York while Gary Sinise's character, Detective Mac Taylor, heads west for a two-hour cross over event. CSI will lead the way with its February 6, 2013 show, followed by the shocking conclusion on CSI: NY on February 8, 2013. [CNN]

Frank Ocean may still have us channeling orange, but it's time we turn our attention to D'Jango Unchained. The Odd Future breakout star reportedly recorded a song for the Quentin Tarantino film's soundtrack. Hip-hop heavyweight Rick Ross is also rumored to be involved in scoring the film. [Huffington Post]

The list we wait for every year (beside's Oprah's Favorite Things) is finally here: Barbara Walters revealed some of her “Most Fascinating People” of the year, including “Argo” star Ben Affleck, U.S. Olympian Gabby Douglas, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. She'll unveil her number one when the show airs Wednesday, December 12 at 9:30 p.m. on ABC. [ET Online]